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[Bug 3123] What is an 'instruction' to element-available()?

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Date: Thu, 04 May 2006 23:23:18 +0000
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------- Comment #5 from mike@saxonica.com  2006-05-04 23:23 -------
On re-reading the new definition, I've realized that literal results elements
are instructions by virtue of the fact that they are elements making up a
sequence constructor, but they are not included in the definition of
"instruction". It doesn't matter a great deal whether LREs are classified as
instructions or not, so long as we're consistent - it's already clear that they
aren't matched by element-available(). 

In 2.7, the phrase "by providing new XSLT instructions" is wrong, since we use
"XSLT instructions" elsewhere to mean "instructions in the XSLT namespace".

I'll come back to this in due course.
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